RUSH: This Miley Cyrus incident from Sunday night, "twerking" on the MTV Music Awards, continues to be discussed. I ran across something today I really want to share with you about the curriculum at many (one particularly, but I'm sure at many other) universities and colleges in this country. The curricula has been co-opted by the radical feminists for a long time. It is one of the reasons male enrollment at universities is way down.
It is also explanatory in certain ways about what kind of women, the way they think and act, are being graduated from these universities. It really is amazing. Now, to set it up, I want to do some audio sound bites. The first two are just for the fun of it. The last two will set up actually what's coming here. I want to start Eric Bolling on The Five on Fox yesterday afternoon during a discussion of Miley Cyrus' performance. Eric Bolling said this...
BOLLING: Rush is right. He said it borders on pornography. I think it was. I mean, she literally does some stuff with that foam finger right there that you don't want to see; you don't want your kids to see. I'm surprised MTV let that air.
RUSH: Ha! Surprised they let it air? MTV's repeating it. Surprised they let it air? That's the whole point. This aired on purpose. They knew what was coming. That thing was choreographed. There wasn't anybody in that production that didn't know that that bit, that routine was not coming, or didn't know it was coming.
Here's Bob Beckel. Bob Beckel wanted to weigh in on this. He had a different way of defining it.
BECKEL: You know what that is? That was his cheerleading squad for hookers. That's exactly what that thing was.
RUSH: "A cheerleading squad for hookers." Now we go to the Today Show, and the Today show's guests today are Mika Brzezinski from the Morning Joe show on MSNBC and Nancy Snyderman (the chief medical correspondent for NBC News), and the TV personality Starr Jones. They're talking about the Miley Cyrus performance. Matt Lauer said to these three women, "Parents groups are saying somebody at MTV needs to be fired."
BRZEZINSKI: Absolutely, somebody should be fired.
JONES: It's hard to believe there weren't parents at MTV who couldn'ta put two and two and two together.
BRZEZINSKI: But didn't we expect this? There's pushing the envelope, and there's porn. There's raunchy porn that's disgusting and disturbing, and seeing a young girl -- a 20-year-old young woman -- literally in the process of her undoing and everyone clapping for it and being disturbed by it and talking about it and showing it? Which I hope we don't.
SCHARBOROUGH: (chuckling) Too late!
BRZEZINSKI: I don't want see it! Don't show it on here on my segment, please, here with you guys. Please don't show it.
RUSH: That was Mika Brzezinski at the beginning and the end of the bite saying, "Somebody should be fired, absolutely, and don't show it here on my segment here please with you guys. Please, don't show it! I don't want to see it." I'm for real. Mika Brzezinski, this is what sets up what's coming. These are the people... How do I say this? I want to be very judicious here. Let me ask this: Why, all of a sudden is it okay to be judgmental on this kind of stuff?
Maybe that's the right way to do it.
I loved expose this stuff by way of questions.
I thought it was judgmental. I thought we didn't have the right to judge somebody else's morality, and I thought we didn't have a right to comment. I thought this was art, that it was performance art. I thought we were supposed to see the beauty and the innovation and the creativity, just like we're supposed to see it when Karen Finley slathered chocolate all over her nude body on stage at prominent arenas and so forth, with an NEA grant or Andres Serrano and his famous work of art, "Piss..."
I can't even say it. It was a crucifix in a jar of urine. Why does this upset these "progressive" women? These are the women who send as many other women to Planned Parenthood as they can lasso and round up. These are the same women who have no problem with pro-choice actually meaning what it means. They have no problem with 1.7 million deaths -- uh, sorry -- abortions a year, but this has their backs up?
What, because their daughters used to watch Hannah Montana, and that's why they're upset? So 'cause their daughters were watching Hannah Montana go pro and get paid for it, that's what they find offensive? So if that had been, say, Beyonce who had done that, would they not be upset? Beyonce was never Hannah Montana. Let's say it was Beyonce and Jay-Z up there doing that instead of Alan Thicke (sic) and Miley Cyrus, would they still be upset?
It is an interesting question. As far as I'm concerned, though, why all of a sudden is it okay for these women to be judgmental? I thought we weren't supposed to do that. Fired? Somebody is supposed to lose their job at MTV? Why? Who do these people think they are, Tipper Gore? What, they think they are running the Parental Advisory Council for Hollywood content? Who do they think they are? (interruption) Robin Thicke. Robin Thicke, Alan Thicke. They're clones, right?
One's father, one's son, but they're clones. Just look at the hair. That's all you need to have look at and you'll see. So Robin Thicke. By the way, does this guy need to get noticed or what? Is his career in that bad shape that he need to do this to get noticed? Just an aside. No, really. When did it become okay to be this judgmental of performance?
When did it become okay to demand that somebody at MTV be fired? Now, that was just one bite. Here now is Starr Jones and Mika Brzezinski again. This is on the Today show as they continue their shock and outrage at it over-sexualization of young girls, as though this just happened, the oversexualization of young girls. They're just now learning about this? As you said, they've got daughters. They're just now outraged by this? Something really curious going on.
JONES: No one disagrees that it was really raunchy, but I think it speaks more to young women thinking that being over-sexualized is a way to be seen and to be heard.
BRZEZINSKI: Over-sexualized is one thing. Is it sexual to stick your face in the back of a life sized teddy bear and stick your tongue out? We're talking about raunch.
RUSH: That was Mika Brzezinski there on the tail end and Starr Jones at the front end. "We're talking about raunch." Clearly it was, but this is by no means the first example of this kind of raunch and near pornography.
When we come back... I don't know how to describe this. The only tenured professor, conservative professor in the University of North Carolina system was attacked by a fellow professor because he dared say that marriage is between a man and a woman. Another professor, a guy by the name of Ed (I don't know his last name), really launched a salvo on the tenured conservative professor, and the tenured conservative professor wrote back, and that letter has been published on a website. I want to read that letter to you, because it details nine outrageous things being taught to women that make what this thing with Miley Cyrus was look like Romper Room.
RUSH: I found this is called, "Clash\Daily: An Embarrassment to Higher Education." ClashDaily. It's Doug Giles, I think. If I remember right, he is the guy that runs the site, and on his site is a letter from Mike Adams. This letter is a total slapdown of the feminazis who have taken over the university system, not only in North Carolina, but all over America.
If you wonder why or how a very young woman could think it was acceptable to act out sex on national TV, you really don't have to look any further than what is going on in the classrooms of several hallowed American universities. Now, Mike Adams, who wrote the letter I'm gonna read excerpts from, is a lone conservative tenured professor in the University of North Carolina system. He is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina.
He has the audacity to be outspoken on the definition of marriage, as that being a union between a man and a woman. This has caused controversy out the wazoo throughout the University of North Carolina system, and he ended up getting a very nasty e-mail from another professor named Ed. (I don't have the guy's last name. It doesn't matter.) The letter said the professor said that Mike Adams was "an embarrassment to higher education" because of his definition of marriage.
So Adams took that as an opportunity to fight back with his own words. As I read this letter to you, that Mike Adams wrote this... Remember what this is about, now. Mike Adams, the only tenured conservative professor at the University of North Carolina system, simply said that marriage is a union between a man and a woman. That caused anger and outrage and demands that he be fired.
So he wrote back to the professor that caused all the grief.
When you read this, you'll find out that this professor who criticized Adams is the real embarrassment to higher education. "Dear Edward," it begins, "I want to take the time to thank you for writing and telling me that I should be fired from my position as a tenured professor because I am 'the biggest embarrassment to higher education in America.' I also want to thank you for responding when I asked you exactly how you arrived at that conclusion.
"Your response, 'because you insist that marriage requires one man and one woman,' was both helpful and concise. While I respect your right to conclude that I am the biggest embarrassment to higher education in America, I think you're wrong. In fact, I don't even think I'm the biggest embarrassment to higher education in the state of North Carolina. But since you're a liberal and you support 'choice' -- provided we're talking about dismembering children and not school vouchers for those who weren't dismembered -- I want to give you some options.
"In fact, I'm going to describe the antics of ten professors, official campus groups, and invited campus speakers in North Carolina and let you decide which constitutes the biggest embarrassment to higher education. 1. In the early spring semester of 2013, a women's studies professor and a psychology professor at Western Carolina University co-sponsored a panel on bondage and S&M. The purpose of the panel was to teach college students how to inflict pain on themselves and others for sexual pleasure.
"When you called me the biggest embarrassment in higher education, you must not have known about their bondage panel. Maybe you were tied up that evening and couldn't make it. 2. At UNC Chapel Hill, there is a feminist professor who believes that women can lead happy lives without men. That's nothing new. But what's different is that she thinks women can form lifelong domestic partnerships with dogs and that those relationships will actually be fulfilling enough to replace marital relationships with men."
She's teaching this stuff, Ed!
"I can't make this stuff up, Ed. I don't drop acid. Well, at least not since the late 1980s. But I promise this story is real and not an LSD flashback. 3. At Duke University, feminists hired a 'sex worker' (read: prostitute) to speak as part of an event called the Sex Workers Art Show. After his speech, the male prostitute pulled down his pants, got down on his knees, and inserted a burning sparkler into his rectum. While it burned, he sang a verse of 'the Star Spangled Banner.'
"I believe that stripping incident was almost as embarrassing as the other one involving the Duke Lacrosse team." Each of these incidents actually happened, and are taught. Remember now, it was suggested that this guy buy fired because he says marriage is that between a man and a woman. "4. A porn star was once paid to give a speech at UNCG. The topic was 'safe sodomy.' After her speech, the feminist pornographer sold autographed butt plugs to students in attendance.
"I'm not sure whether the ink could contribute to rectal cancer. I'm no health expert. But I do know it was pretty darned embarrassing when the media picked up on the story. 5. A few years ago at UNC-Chapel Hill, a feminist group built a large vibrator museum in the middle of the campus quad as a part of their 'orgasm awareness week.' I think that was probably the climax of the semester, academically speaking. But they certainly weren't too embarrassed to display a vibrator that was made out of wood back in the 1920s. Keep your batteries charged, Ed. We're about halfway done."
"6. A feminist administrator at UNC-Wilmington sponsored a pro-abortion event. During the event they sold tee shirts saying 'I had an abortion' to students who ... well, had abortions. That's right, Ed. The students were encouraged to boast about the fact that they had killed their own children. That's how the UNC system is preserving the future of our great Tar Heel state. 7. The following semester, that same UNCW administrator sponsored a workshop teaching students how to appreciate their orgasms.
"I learned art appreciation in college. Today, college kids are taught orgasm appreciation. I will let you decide whether that's an embarrassment to higher ed., Ed." Now, that's seven of 'em. There are two more to go, and this is not just at University of North Carolina. This stuff is common and happens in many places where the feminists have taken over the curriculum.
RUSH: Folks, I apologize if everything sounds helter-skelter today. I hope it doesn't, but I've got 13,000 things coming at me every commercial break I'm trying to deal with here, and so I hope this is sounding somewhat organized. It does to me. I want to tell you who Mike Adams is. In addition to being the only tenured conservative professor at the University of North Carolina (the whole system), a criminology professor -- he's at Wilmington -- he's the author of a book called Letters to a Young Progressive: How to Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things That You Don't Understand.
Now, these things that he is citing in this letter to this bigoted professor Ed who wanted him fired because of his definition of marriage -- he said marriage must require a man and a woman; it's just what it is -- and that represented the biggest embarrassment ever to the whole University of North Carolina system, UNC system. So he wrote back. I want you to keep in mind, North Carolina is a red state, and all of this deranged liberalism is taking place on campus there. It's even worse in other university systems.
I mean, this is just North Carolina. It probably doesn't have that many colleges. It's a red state. Now, here are the other three examples that he cited: "8. A few years ago, a UNCW English professor posted nude pictures of under-aged girls as a part of an 'art exhibit' in the university library. The Provost then ordered the nude pictures to be moved away from the library and into the university union."
Not taken down. Moved.
"This decision was made after several pedophiles had previous[ly] been caught downloading child pornography in the university library just a few yards away from the location of the display. The English professor was incensed so she asked the Faculty Senate to censure the provost for violating her 'academic freedom.' The faculty senate sided with the feminist professor. The provost was later pressured to leave the university."
Now, let me run through that again: "[A] UNCW English professor posted nude pictures of under-aged girls as a part of an 'art exhibit' in the university library. The Provost then ordered the nude pictures to be moved away from the library and into the university union." Not taken down. Moved. "This decision was made after several pedophiles had previous[ly] been caught downloading child pornography in the university library just a few yards away from the location of the display" or nude pictures of underage girls.
"The English professor who had posted the nude photos of the underage girls was mad, "so she asked the Faculty Senate to censure the provost for violating her 'academic freedom,' because she had academic freedom to post nude photos of underage girls -- in the library, as an art exhibit. "The faculty senate sided with the feminist professor. The provost was later pressured to leave the university."
The next little factoid referenced in Mike Adams' letter: "9. A different feminist professor at UNCW accused a male professor of putting tear gas in her office. She was later caught putting her mail in a microwave oven. She did this because she thought people were trying to poison her with anthrax and that the oven would neutralize the toxins. She was not placed on leave for psychiatric reasons.
"Instead, she was designated as the university's official 'counter terrorism' expert. 10. And then there is Mike Adams. He thinks marriage is between a man and a woman," and he is the biggest embarrassment on campus. "So those are the choices, Ed. You can simply write back and tell me which of these professors, groups, or guest speakers has caused 'the biggest embarrassment to higher education'..."
Now, my point in going through all of this is that Mika Brzezinski and Starr Jones and Nancy Snyderman, I would have to imagine, are totally supportive of the feminist curriculum at all these institutions of higher learning, whether they know what's in it or not. This kind of stuff is routine. It happens as a matter of course. So when you have Miley Cyrus going through her near-porn act, to some people, it's not unusual (to say the least) or strange at all.
Some people are sitting around saying, "What is the big deal?" 'cause this is what many young women are taught. This is the kind of thing that they are exposed to, to expand their feminist horizons and so forth. Not every woman, of course. Not every female student. But the feminist curriculum is what it is, and the women that signed up and take this stuff become radicalized, more often than not. I don't think Miley Cyrus went to school. That's not my point.
That's a whole different thing, why she did it. But the reaction to it... Here, in the Washington Post, a guy named Clinton Yates. "Miley Cyrus and the issues of slut-shaming and Racial Condescension." Wow. This ought to be good. "Miley Cyrus is America's worst nightmare. Last night, with her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, she proved that many people in this country are still pre-occupied with slut-shaming and coded racial condescension in the context of entertainment.
"Her performance of 'We Can't Stop,' ... is clearly the most talked about moment of the show, but for all the wrong reasons. ... Her bawdy performance, that featured Miley and other dancers twerking on stage, drew criticism as lewd, grotesque and shameful. MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski went so far as to say Cyrus 'is obviously deeply troubled, deeply disturbed, clearly has confidence issues, probably eating disorder,' on Morning Joe Monday. But what exactly is so disturbing about Miley Cyrus?
"It seems that we still can't handle what it's like for a young woman to be able to perform, as she chooses, without layering in a heavy helping of insults as well. While Cyrus was condemned for grinding on Thicke, very little criticism has been laid on the singer himself for his role in the performance. The nastiest of the comments have implied that Cyrus is somehow diseased because of her preferred dance methods. ... When the white, 20-year-old, former child star and daughter of a country singer goes on stage and does something that the so-called ruling classes deem unseemly, it starts a firestorm.
"When scores of young women across the globe take the stage to express themselves in exactly the same way at an EDM concert by Diplo, and plaster their exploits all over social networks, no one bats an eye." By the way, it should be pointed out that in hip-hop music individuals, this is been going on for a long, long time. Nobody says a word about it. But it hasn't also been seen at the MTV Music Awards. So the question: If Beyonce had done this with Jay-Z, what would the reaction have been?
Here's Laura in Orlando, Florida. Hi, Laura, welcome to the EIB Network. Great to have you.
CALLER: Oh, I am star-struck. It's a pleasure and a privilege to talk to you. I had said to the gentleman who took the call that it was just a few months ago that Beyonce and J. Lo both did this, and the event that they were having was a world event about women's rights. There were women in the audience who had head scarves holding their phones up. I looked at my husband and said, "This is the best we can do to show? We've gone through all these struggles so I can crawl on all fours across the stage and hunch like a dog?" They both did it, but no one said a word. It's ridiculous. You reap what you sow. This is what we're getting.
RUSH: Well, you know, I remember seeing photos of Beyonce scantily clad like Miley Cyrus was in some performances. But you raise a good point that it happened, but nobody criticized it then. It was said to be great performance art 'cause it was Beyonce doing it, and Beyonce can't do anything wrong, and Beyonce might have even coined the term twerk. I'm not sure about that, but it's entirely possible.
Anyway, look, here's what about this that is interesting to me. It clearly was just this side of porn. There's no question about it. The guy in the Washington Post does raise a good point that nobody is talking about Robin Thicke's involvement, but there's an explanation for that, and I don't want to embarrass him by explaining that. She was the focus of it, which was the intention. I don't know how to describe it.
To listen to all these "progressive" women whose ideology, whose feminism promotes this kind of stuff in young women is the bottom line. All of this permissiveness, "Do whatever you want to do. We can't judge anybody's morality!" It leads to this, and then this, all of a sudden they express outrage over it. Is it simply because their daughters watched Hannah Montana, and they can't believe that this is what Hannah Montana has become?
Remember, Hannah Montana was clean and pure as the wind-driven snow, right? Well, at one time Madonna was somebody's cute little girl, too. Every woman is somebody's cute little girl at some point. But this feminism stuff, folks, it hasn't gone away. It's taken root on campus, and it is radical, and it is based in what most people would classify as sexual perversion. It's rooted in that.
The feminist leadership that sponsors such things, they have their own issues that motivate them and inspire them and they're enraged to begin with -- and they're angry to begin with. They're unhappy to begin with. It's a true mess, and every day we keep thinking that at some point we're gonna reach the bottom. At some point we're all gonna recognize we're in the gutter and say, "This is low enough," and we haven't gotten there.
Now, the reaction to Miley Cyrus from so many different circles of life, is intriguing to me. The women that I thought would be standing up and defending her right to do it and telling all of us to stop being Neanderthals and get with it and understand what performance art is, are the ones standing up the loudest and ripping it to shreds.
Feminists. Women who proudly think of themselves as independent, don't need a man for any reason whatsoever, don't need a relationship for any reason whatsoever -- a sperm bank is all you need and a dog -- are the ones who are upset about it. (Not a cat. It's gotta be a dog.) Miley Cyrus, do I think she's being...? (interruption) Oh, do the upset feminazis think she's being subservient to men by doing this? It's interesting question.
In other words, why are they so upset about this? What is the real reason they're upset about this? Because they're the ones who told us, "Little girls are gonna have sex. You can't stop it. So introduce them to Planned Parenthood, introduce them to condoms, introduce them to cigarettes afterwards on the nightstand, introduce 'em to rooms in your house instead of the backseat of the car." Yeah. Why are they upset about it? It's an interesting question.
RUSH: Would these ruling class, erudite, elite women be as upset if Miley Cyrus had twerked with another woman instead of Robin Thicke? It would not be an issue. I'll bet you a dollar (and I have a few of those) that it would not be an issue. (interruption) You think so? Obama mighta called Miley to praise her for her heroism, had she twerked with another girl. Woman! Woman, sorry.
Here's Sally in Raleigh, North Carolina. Hey, Sally. Great to have you here.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. Thank you for taking my call.
RUSH: You bet.
CALLER: I'm calling in regard to the conversation you were having about Mike Adams from the UNC system because around the time that -- well, a little after he discovered or wrote about what happened in the USC system -- I was a student in the USC system. Different school, same propaganda.
RUSH: Well, he's at Wilmington. What campus did you attend?
CALLER: I don't really want to say, but I believe that they all have the same problem, because it's --
RUSH: Oh, they do. They do. I was just curious from a conversational standpoint.
CALLER: Yeah, it was in the UNC system. There aren't very many, but I was in a Moral Philosophy philosophy class, and I didn't know when I signed up for that class that it was taught by a lesbian activist. One of the things that professors are using -- and this should be a good warning to parents -- they're now using all the media at their fingertips. So right away I noticed we have six movie days where we were required to go watch a movie.
One of them shows Demi Moore giving herself an abortion on the kitchen table as she hemorrhaged to death. Of course, this was a pro-abortion movie. We watched a lot of others. We watched factory farming movies. We watched gay rights movies about Stonewall. I would warn parents that even though the textbooks nowadays are alarming, you should see the online resources that are on these online programs, and students have to have an ID to log on to read the materials that are assigned. That's where they put the real propaganda.
RUSH: Well, the point about this is, it's not isolated. It's all over the place.
RUSH: At these universities where this curriculum exists, it's not some out-of-the-way class. What did you say, Moral Philosophy was your class?
CALLER: It was called Contemporary Moral Philosophy, and is very upsetting because I went back as an adult, and I expected to learn academic material. I thought people were going to be encouraged to use critical thinking skills. I was very disappointed from a tuition and taxpayer standpoint to learn it was a one-way street that went to the left.
RUSH: Well, so you went back as an adult.
RUSH: Did you go to class all the time?
CALLER: Never missed. I was paying all that money. It was very important to make a good grade.
RUSH: All right, so the traditionally aged students in the class -- was it both men and women in the class?
RUSH: How did they react to all this?
CALLER: That is a very good question. You cannot challenge the professor, especially in front of everyone. It will adversely affect your grade, but the sad thing for young impressionable students is that they believe these people are experts -- experts in their field -- and they respect them, and they eat it up. Not everyone, but most of them eat it up and respect what they're saying because they promote it as the intellectual viewpoint, and any other viewpoint is considered ignorant.
RUSH: Right. And the teacher's an authority figure, and you don't challenge it, or the professor, whatever.
RUSH: Well, so you survived it, though?
CALLER: I did, but I went nine years of taking one class at a time 'cause I had other responsibilities, and I was so alarmed by this that the last two years ago I was a student, I pulled my son out of public school and homeschooled him the last three years, so that he could learned the truth from the Bible before he went to college and heard all this. Because then he was allowed to think critically and make a decision, an informed decision.
RUSH: Oh, the last thing they teach is thinking.
CALLER: No, they do not.
RUSH: There's no such thing as critical thinking or any other kind of thinking. It's an indoctrination.
CALLER: It is an indoctrination. The most ironic thing is the teacher, the lesbian activist -- I had taught about bullying, and she is quite honestly the biggest bully I ever met in my life.
RUSH: Not surprised.
RUSH: I have encountered some of those myself over the years.
CALLER: It was very difficult.
RUSH: Both personal and professional environments, I've encountered 'em.
CALLER: Oh, yes. Yes. But parents need to see what their children are studying and what they're paying for.
RUSH: Well, that's kind of my question. I wonder how many of 'em don't really know.
CALLER: Well, usually the kid moves away and is not even in the same town, or many times, and if the kid --
RUSH: Yeah, but... Even I made an attempt at college. Now, I lived at home, granted, but my parents wanted to know what I was learning. They wanted to know what I was being taught, and I assume that still happens. I assume that parents still want to know what their kids are learning. Maybe the kids lie to 'em, or maybe parents don't ask anymore. I don't know.
CALLER: And sometimes if the college student knows that parents are going to disagree, they don't want to bring it up and start that whole conversation.
RUSH: Well, anyway, you just said something, though. You said you want your kids to know the Bible before they go away.
CALLER: Yes. And I did not know the Bible until this lesbian activist professor drove me to learn it. I grew up in church my whole life --
RUSH: So this lesbian activist turned you into a Bible thumper?
CALLER: Yes, exactly. But truth corresponds to reality, and she began with the good-person argument.
RUSH: As far as this lesbo professor is concerned, people like you and your stinking morality are the problem and you've got no right to tell people what morality is, because yours comes from the Bible.
CALLER: Yeah, and that's their reaction to it.
RUSH: That's exactly what they're fighting.
CALLER: That's the most hated book in academia.
RUSH: It is. There's no question about it. Look, Sally I appreciate the call. You're very, very brave. Very, very brave at all.
CALLER: Thank you for taking my call. I think you're very brave.
RUSH: Well (chuckling), thanks much. It's great to talk to you.
CALLER: Thank you.
RUSH: Look, folks, the point of all this is... I mean, you might think that this feminist curriculum is way out there and on the fringes. It isn't. There's a reason why young people think what they think. They are taught it. In many cases when they learn at home is erased or countered or overcome. Based on the last call, I looked up the course description. "Contemporary Moral and Social Problems.
"A detailed examination of one or more of the following contemporary issues: environmental ethics, animal rights, abortion, euthanasia, pornography, racism, sexism, public versus private morality." That's the money quote from the description of the class that that last caller took: A detailed examination of one or more of the following contemporary issues: environmental ethics, animal rights, abortion, euthanasia, pornography, racism, sexism, public versus private morality."
That's what's on tap in a course called "morality" something or other. It's nothing but left-wing activism. That's all it is! It's nothing but the left-wing, radical left-wing agenda, in this case the feminist agenda. It's disguised as something else. You know, a student or a parent sees that and says, "Oh, you got course on morality? That's good, Son! Why, gosh, I hope you learn something in that class," and they do.
You wonder why people learn things or why they believe what they believe, particularly young people, they're being taught it. They're being exposed to it. And they're hearing about it from people they respect: Teachers, professors, authority figures, experts in the field. Tenured professors! Now then they end up twerking, and then they don't understand why everybody's upset about it. I mean, after all, they saw a filmstrip, and they probably acted it out in class (with the feminazi professor).